summer of love worship series


june 10 - september 2, 2018

A look at the Bible's best love stories of marriages, friendships, and other relationships.


The Summer of Love was a social phenomenon that occurred during the summer of 1967, when as many as 100,000 people, mostly young people sporting hippie fashions of dress and behavior, converged in San Francisco.


Despite missing its 50th Anniversary last summer, we wanted to use "Summer of Love" as a theme to focus the Bible's bet love stories to teach us about ourselves, God, and our relationships. We have selected a variety of stories on different types of relationships to reflect upon.  "These stories do not show an idealistic portrayal of love. Rather they show the fully range of deep emotions and all the challenges along the way." The lessons in these stories are universal about God's love expressed between people so that it will be engaging for all people, whether or not they have that kind of highlighted relationship.


So, don your best hippie wear and jump on the summer's ride.

  • June 10, 2018

    Adam & Eve ~ Genesis 2:7-8, 15-24

  • June 17, 2018

    Job & His Children ~ Job 1:1-5

    (Father's Day)

  • june 24, 2018

    God's Gift of Children ~ Psalm 127:3-5

                                           Psalm 113:9

    (VBS Presentation)

  • july 1, 2018

    Hosea & Gomer ~ Hosea 1:2-10

  • july 8, 2018

    Moses & Aaron ~ Exodus 4:10-17

    (Holy Communion)

  • july 15, 2018

    The Disciples ~ John 13:31-35


  • july 22, 2018

    Ruth & Naomi ~ Ruth 1:6-18


  • july 29, 2018

    Ruth & Boaz ~ Ruth 3:1-11


  • august 5, 2018

    David & Jonathan ~ 1 Samuel 19:1-7

    (Holy Communion)

  • august 12, 2018

    Elijah & Elisha ~ 1 Kings 19: 16, 19-21

                               John 11:1-16

  • august 19, 2018

    The Bethany Family ~ Luke 10:38-42

                                        John 11:1-16

  • august 26, 2018

    Youth Mission Sunday / Blessing of the Backpacks

  • september 2, 2018

    Philemon & Onesimus ~ Philemon 4-21

    (Labor Day Weekend)